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ALERT! ALERT! INTERNET.BS WILL RAPE YOU OF YOUR DOMAIN!! Let's tackle this together.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by jb2008, Nov 23, 2011.

  1. jb2008

    jb2008 Senior Member

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    Let us unite and let the world know that internet.bs is (almost) no safer than Godaddy due to its recent "rape-a-domain" policy.

    PROPOSED SOLUTION 1

    Anyone who has been screwed by internet.bs, I urge you to post as many posts using Xrumer, blast the entire internet, detailing internet.bs current change to "domain snatcher" rather than domain registrar. If there are 10,000s of posts all over the internet they may be forced to changing their policy. At the very least we can warn people in advance who think their site is "safe with internet.bs". It's ridiculous to think that we can actually remove any domain by posting to a spam "honeypot" list using Xrumer. No actual email spam involved.

    PROPOSED SOLUTION 2

    Not just for internetbs, but for all registrars and hosting too, having a big xblack.txt list may mean the difference between life and rape for your site. I've got an xblack.txt of 440 kb , no dupes, gathered from dozens of files I made and got from the net. Sharing our "working" xblack.txt could help us all come up with a mega super xblack.txt which might keep us all safe.


    PROPOSED SOLUTION 3

    Sadly, moving all domains out of internet.bullshit to another registrar. But the only other one is namecheap and maybe gandi so far, though the latter is very expensive. And these registrars don't have the formerly safe appeal that a Bahamas company had, namecheap is just a very larger enom reseller so how long their lax attitude can legally last is anyone's guess. I believe that they will cave soon since they're in the US.

    So where now? prq.se? They are expensive AS HELL. Around $50 for a domain per year. Chinese registrars? I know Botmasterlabs is registered with a chinese registrar but which one exactly?
     
  2. Narrator

    Narrator Power Member

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    What's this new policy your talking about?
     
  3. xollls

    xollls Junior Member

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    what did internetbs do to your domains?

    from my experience they are very bh friendly.
     
  4. ghettogong

    ghettogong Regular Member

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    Rape-a-domain....I liiiiike
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  5. Marcink99

    Marcink99 Power Member

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    my bad wrong thread
     
  6. CashGrower007

    CashGrower007 Regular Member

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    Got 50 domains registered there. No problems so far, hope it stays that way!
     
  7. Mutikasa

    Mutikasa Power Member

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    are they safe from usa law?
     
  8. LakeForest

    LakeForest Supreme Member

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    I have seen xrummer in new light...It can completely be used as a political tool or instrument for social awareness. Oh man am I going to be playing around later.

    In the past week I've heard such crap about internet.bs, but never even heard mention of it en masse before. I guess there's been a very recent screw-up over there. But, almost as bad as GoDaddy? Heresy.

    I've used namecheap as my main registrar forever, and I can't say enough about how much I love them.

    Not sure what xblack.txt is, I'll be looking that up.
     
  9. faceblogger

    faceblogger Junior Member

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    I have around 40 domains with them and they are cool for me.

    And, I use namecheap, godaddy also as I don't want to be relay on one registrar
     
  10. xgnux

    xgnux Regular Member

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    I have my not so important domains with internetbs.net and i have to say i never had any problems with them. I also use name.com, godaddy and namecheap.com

    And a german Domain Hoster www.domain-hoster.net which i use for .de domains and strange ending expired domains (you can register nearly every ending with them for a price ofc)

    I would not trust internetbs.net with domains worth thousands but for the rest it is ok and most important very cheap. :)
     
  11. brainpower

    brainpower Junior Member

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    internet.bs rox, if you explain what occurred someone here could give you their feedback.
     
  12. jon_xx_x

    jon_xx_x Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Namecheap/enom caved into pharmacy stuff, so I'm not a big fan of theirs anymore. Moniker still seems to hold their ground.


     
  13. sharkpooch

    sharkpooch Newbie

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    Anyone else smell an offshore opportunity in the internet.bs blunder?

    (Any self respecting company shouldn't respect spamhaus anyways.)
     
  14. jon_xx_x

    jon_xx_x Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Was already thinking this months ago. HOwever, it costs quite a bit to start up.